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Mr. Donald J. Quigg

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Local Address: Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Novak Druce + Quigg LLP
1000 Louisiana Street Fifty-Third Floor
Houston, Texas 77002
United States

Company Description: NOVAK DRUCE + QUIGG LLP is an intellectual property law firm dedicated to providing the ultimate in innovative, personal service for our clients. NDQ attorneys help...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    Association of Corporate Patent Counsell
  • Member
    Missouri Bar Association
  • Founder
    Roper & Quigg
  • Deputy Commissioner of the United States Patent and Trademark Office and Assistant Secretary and Commissioner
    Patents
  • Assistant Secretary of Commerce and Commissioner
    Patents

Education

  • J.D.
    University of Missouri at Kansas City
  • B.S. , Business Administration
    University of Oklahoma
26 Total References
Web References
Donald J. Quigg: Intellectual Property Law Firm | Novak Druce Connolly Bove + Quigg LLP
www.novakdruce.com, 10 Nov 2013 [cached]
Donald J. Quigg
Senior Partner
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Donald J. Quigg served as Deputy Commissioner of the United States Patent and Trademark Office and Assistant Secretary and Commissioner of Patent and Trademarks.
Commissioner Quigg's visions and goals were, for example, to streamline patent appellate procedures, to register trademarks within 13 months by 1985, to grant patents within 18 months by 1989 and to achieve substantial automation of all respects of the operation of the Patent and Trademark Office by 1990. Those goals were achieved on schedule.
Prior to entering government service, Mr. Quigg had been General Patent Counsel of Phillips Petroleum, a company he had joined in 1945.
After leaving full time government service, Mr. Quigg co-founded the law firm of Roper & Quigg, where he consulted on intellectual property law matters and served as an expert witness in numerous intellectual property litigations or patent consultations.
Mr. Quigg has served as the head of the United States Delegations to United Nations meetings on industrial property matters; and on the President's Committee on Industrial Innovation and United States Delegations, which were involved in multilateral discussions with the European Patent Office and the Japanese Patent Office.
Mr. Quigg is the recipient of the Jefferson Medal Award for exceptional achievement in the patent, trademark, and copyright fields from the New Jersey Patent Law Association and on November 16, 2001, the was inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Oklahoma Bar Association Intellectual Property.
While Deputy Commissioner, Mr. Quigg helped to establish a privately funded training program for patent examiners granting the benefit of exposure to laboratories and industrial sites. He also improved the process for resolving a dispute, and led the effort to adopt new rules for governing the conduct of attorneys practicing before the Patent and Trademark Office. In addition, he was instrumental in getting schools across the United States to adopt a program for encouraging students, grades K to 12, to approach and solve problems daily on an innovative basis.
Jenner & Block LLP - Jenner & Block LLP Expands as Roper & Quigg Lawyers Join Firm
www.jenner.com, 13 June 2004 [cached]
Donald J. Quigg, formerly Assistant Secretary of Commerce and Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks, and E. Eugene Innis will join as Of Counsel.
: Donald J. Quigg
esp.watchstone.com, 7 Mar 2009 [cached]
Donald J. Quigg Senior Partner
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Donald J. Quigg served as Deputy Commissioner of the United States Patent and Trademark Office and Assistant Secretary and Commissioner of Patent and Trademarks.
Commissioner Quigg's visions and goals were, for example, to streamline patent appellate procedures, to register trademarks within 13 months by 1985, to grant patents within 18 months by 1989 and to achieve substantial automation of all respects of the operation of the Patent and Trademark Office by 1990. Those goals were achieved on schedule.
Prior to entering government service, Mr. Quigg had been General Patent Counsel of Phillips Petroleum, a company he had joined in 1945.
After leaving full time government service, Mr. Quigg co-founded the law firm of Roper & Quigg, where he consulted on intellectual property law matters and served as an expert witness in numerous intellectual property litigations or patent consultations.
Mr. Quigg has served as the head of the United States Delegations to United Nations meetings on industrial property matters; and on the President's Committee on Industrial Innovation and United States Delegations, which were involved in multilateral discussions with the European Patent Office and the Japanese Patent Office.
Mr. Quigg is the recipient of the Jefferson Medal Award for exceptional achievement in the patent, trademark, and copyright fields from the New Jersey Patent Law Association and on November 16, 2001, the was inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Oklahoma Bar Association Intellectual Property.
While Deputy Commissioner, Mr. Quigg helped to establish a privately funded training program for patent examiners granting the benefit of exposure to laboratories and industrial sites. He also improved the process for resolving a dispute, and led the effort to adopt new rules for governing the conduct of attorneys practicing before the Patent and Trademark Office. In addition, he was instrumental in getting schools across the United States to adopt a program for encouraging students, grades K to 12, to approach and solve problems daily on an innovative basis.
: Donald J. Quigg
www.novakdruce.com, 10 Oct 2008 [cached]
Donald J. QuiggSenior Partner
...
Donald J. Quigg served as Deputy Commissioner of the United States Patent and Trademark Office and Assistant Secretary and Commissioner of Patent and Trademarks.
Commissioner Quigg's visions and goals were, for example, to streamline patent appellate procedures, to register trademarks within 13 months by 1985, to grant patents within 18 months by 1989 and to achieve substantial automation of all respects of the operation of the Patent and Trademark Office by 1990.Those goals were achieved on schedule.
Prior to entering government service, Mr. Quigg had been General Patent Counsel of Phillips Petroleum, a company he had joined in 1945.
After leaving full time government service, Mr. Quigg co-founded the law firm of Roper & Quigg, where he consulted on intellectual property law matters and served as an expert witness in numerous intellectual property litigations or patent consultations.
Mr. Quigg has served as the head of the United States Delegations to United Nations meetings on industrial property matters; and on the President's Committee on Industrial Innovation and United States Delegations, which were involved in multilateral discussions with the European Patent Office and the Japanese Patent Office.
Mr. Quigg is the recipient of the Jefferson Medal Award for exceptional achievement in the patent, trademark, and copyright fields from the New Jersey Patent Law Association and on November 16, 2001, the was inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Oklahoma Bar Association Intellectual Property.
While Deputy Commissioner, Mr. Quigg helped to establish a privately funded training program for patent examiners granting the benefit of exposure to laboratories and industrial sites.He also improved the process for resolving a dispute, and led the effort to adopt new rules for governing the conduct of attorneys practicing before the Patent and Trademark Office.In addition, he was instrumental in getting schools across the United States to adopt a program for encouraging students, grades K to 12, to approach and solve problems daily on an innovative basis.
Donald Quigg Receives ...
www.novakdruce.com, 5 Nov 2012 [cached]
Donald Quigg Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
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Novak Druce + Quigg LLP is pleased to announce that Senior Partner Donald J. Quigg received the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law's Lifetime Achievement Award at an awards ceremony at the university on November 2. The Lifetime Achievement Award is annually awarded to the alumnus who has achieved outstanding professional success in the legal field throughout a long career. Quigg graduated in 1940.
"I am so very proud that Mr. Quigg is being recognized with this award," said Gregory V. Novak, managing partner and CEO of Novak Druce + Quigg.
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Quigg served as Deputy Commissioner of the United States Patent and Trademark Office and Assistant Secretary and Commissioner of Patent and Trademarks under President George H. W. Bush.
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Prior to entering government service, Mr. Quigg had been General Patent Counsel of Phillips Petroleum, a company he joined in 1945.
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